16 May 2018

Uganda: Here Is 'Lonely' Kansiime's Love Message to Male Kenyan Admirers

Photo: Kansiime Anne/Facebook
Anne Kansiime.

Ugandan comedian Anne Kansiime has sent out a shout out to her fans and male admirers in Kenya in anticipation of her tour of the country.

The popular artiste took to her social media page to break the news of her visit on June 9.

Kansiime is set to tour Nairobi, and perform at the East Africa Comedy event at the KICC, alongside famed comedians including compatriot Alex Muhangi, Chipukizeey and the Tanzanian duo of Idriss Sultan and Karatina Karatu.

Said Kansiime: "Hallo Kenya, so the last time this Ninja gal was in Kenya, I was engaged and busy accusing myself of being married, and then all my Kenyan lovers would be sending me love signals through blue tooth, as you know I was settled but this time, this ninth of June you cannot believe it, I am going to come and we can have each other on 3D. Chipukizeey thank you, you have done it again."

ENDORSEMENT DEALS

Kansiime shot to fame in Kenya after hitting the TV screens with her weekly rib cracking show, Don't Mess with Kansiime, which aired on Kenyan TV.

She went on to sign several endorsement deals with multinational firms through her trademark signal 'My Ninjas', and soon after signed another content deal with South African based Pay TV, Multi-Choice.

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